After last years vampire/satire/comedy, Summer of Blood, writer/director Onur Turkel proved he was the horror genre’s Woody Allen. Never thought I wanted a horror Woody Allen, but now that he’s here I’m damn glad to have him. By the looks of his latest movie he’s sticking with that trend. Applesauce looks like it’s a funny, awkward, creepy good time! After a successful run at Tribeca Film Festival 2015, Dark Sky Films snagged Applesauce up and are releasing it on VOD and DVD/Blu Ray Nov 24th. Check out the trailer and poster below and be sure to add this to your watchlist!
VOD and EST on November 24, 2015
Every Tuesday night, radio talk show host Stevie Bricks invites his listeners to call in and share “the worst thing they’ve ever done.” Tonight, Ron Welz (writer/director Onur Tukel) is ready to share his story. But soon after he confesses on the air, someone starts sending him severed body parts. Ron becomes paranoid, terrified. His life begins to unravel. His marriage begins to fall apart. He has no idea who’s tormenting him. Is it his insolent high school student? Is it his best friend? His own wife? In a city like New York, there are eight million suspects and each one could have a bone to pick with someone like Ron.
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